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★Theater of the mind

Another experimental venture,something to do with thinking outside the box,
anyway I will elaborate or delete later.
make yourself a good day.

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

maybe that’s why laughter,or humor is “the best medicine”
usually while smileing or laughing,fear is not anywherein the equation.

Lake Placid I so agree “laughter is wine for the soul”.

seinfeld

George?
kind of makes ya feel like a player,compared to him.

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

In response to Serenity Lake post:
OMG.. I really did lol with tears in my eyes of laughter… thanks for sharing… I sometimes forget how the characters on this show make me laugh…until you post these(:

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interesting perceptions…I feel(:

I Am living a Divine plan

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

some quotes

 

 

A Watts

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

like this

Katie Sabira   

 

literally food for thought

In response to Lake Placid’s post:
looking forward to hearing this. 11/23/2016

I Am living a Divine plan

shots of awe
Inspiring perspective,and awesome photography.

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

In response to serenity lake’s post:

your post Shots of Awe-inspired this. thank you!!(:

I Am living a Divine plan

David Hawkins

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

In response to This just in’s post:
Love your pics!!!

Letting go involves being aware of a feeling, letting it come up, staying with
it, and letting it run its course without wanting to make it different or do
anything about it. It means simply to let the feeling be there and to focus on
letting out the energy behind it. The first step is to allow yourself to have the
feeling without resisting it, venting it, fearing it, condemning it, or moralizing
about it. It means to drop judgment and to see that it is just a feeling. The
technique is to be with the feeling and surrender all efforts to modify it in any
way. Let go of wanting to resist the feeling. It is resistance that keeps the
feeling going. When you give up resisting or trying to modify the feeling, it
will shift to the next feeling and be accompanied by a lighter sensation. A
feeling that is not resisted will disappear as the energy behind it dissipates.
As you begin the process, you will notice that you have fear and guilt
over having feelings; there will be resistance to feelings in general. To let
feelings come up, it is easier to let go of the reaction to having the feelings in
the first place. A fear of fear itself is a prime example of this. Let go of the
fear or guilt that you have about the feeling first, and then get into the feeling
itself.
When letting go, ignore all thoughts. Focus on the feeling itself, not on
the thoughts. Thoughts are endless and self-reinforcing, and they only breed
more thoughts. Thoughts are merely rationalizations of the mind to try and
explain the presence of the feeling. The real reason for the feeling is the
accumulated pressure behind the feeling that is forcing it to come up in the
moment. The thoughts or external events are only an excuse made up by the
mind.
As we become more familiar with letting go, it will be noticed that all
negative feelings are associated with our basic fear related to survival and that
all feelings are merely survival programs that the mind believes are necessary.
The letting go technique undoes the programs progressively. Through that
process, the underlying motive behind the feelings becomes more and more
apparent.
To be surrendered means to have no strong emotion about a thing: “It’s
okay if it happens, and it’s okay if it doesn’t.” When we are free, there is a
letting go of attachments. We can enjoy a thing, but we don’t need it for our
happiness. There is progressive diminishing of dependence on anything or
anyone outside of ourselves. These principles are in accord with the basic
teaching of the Buddha to avoid attachment to worldly phenomena, as well as
the basic teaching of Jesus Christ to “be in the world but not of it

“How easy it is in our life, to miss what’s being offered.” — Paul Haller


“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“How easy it is in our life, to miss what’s being offered.” — Paul Haller


“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“Don’t let the things you can’t do, keep you from doing things you can do”

“How easy it is in our life, to miss what’s being offered.” — Paul Haller

“How easy it is in our life, to miss what’s being offered.” — Paul Haller

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Affirmation Quick Searchaffirmation tags
♫Frampton I love enjoying this surrender. It is always beyond my wildest imagination of completion

“The Force will be with you. Always.” — Obi-Wan Kenobi

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Affirmation Quick Searchaffirmation tags
♫Frampton I love enjoying this surrender. It is always beyond my wildest imagination of completion

In response to RJB's post: In response to RJB's post: love it!

I Am living a Divine plan

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“How easy it is in our life, to miss what’s being offered.” — Paul Haller

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